Founded in 1814, Fort Gaines is home of the Frontier Village, a collection of historic buildings including a gristmill, a log cabin built by Boy Scouts and several residences. Sutton’s Corner Frontier Store Museum offers more historical exhibits. Spend the night at George T. Bagby State Park and Lodge, a resort with a golf course and lake access.
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Found in 1814, Fort Gaines is a small rural community founded in Southwest Georgia known for its rich history, bountiful natural resources and friendly citizens. Short winters, balmy summers, acres of rich timberland, and its proximity to Lake Walter F. George have made Fort Gaines a haven for hunting and fishing for many years